Free to Explore
Costa Blanca is home to one of the most accessible holiday locations in Europe – namely Benidorm – and boasts many of Spain’s best and most beautiful Blue Flag beaches. It’s an ideal all-year-round destination that attracts visitors to its lively nightspots as well as its calmer and more soothing hideaways, all set against a soaring backdrop of Mediterranean coastline and magnificent rocky hills and cliff sides.
The Costa Blanca – in English “White Coast” – offers a sensational array of accessible beaches, accommodation and attractions, making it one of our most popular destinations. Nature reserves, caves, waterfalls, bustling markets and fiesta-filled villages combine with a sub-tropical climate and miles of perfect beaches to make the Costa Blanca a holiday that is hard to resist.
Beach lovers will embrace the region’s brilliant golden stretches of sand, which range from quiet coves such as El Portet beach at Moraira, and gorgeous sandy shores and a more vibrant atmosphere. However, as a popular tourist resort, there are plenty of theme parks, attractions and shows to enjoy if you are inclined to want more than simply lounging on a glorious beach.
After a long day of soaking the sun, it’s a treat to be able to explore the Costa Blanca’s lively nightlife. There are numerous places to enjoy a delicious seafood or tapas dinner before venturing out into the bubbling evening to enjoy the music and perhaps a cheeky cocktail. Lively promenades often allow access to the area’s many fiestas, while the countless bars with outdoor terraces provide revellers with views of the Costa Blanca’s picturesque coast and exquisitely rolling scenery. There truly is a fantastic choice of things to do at night – not least to enjoy some live music which will range from pulse-racing salsa to traditional flamenco.